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    Bamboo Forest II

    I guess I will be doing a series on this subject matter that I find myself thrust into 100%. I have always admired the Japanese and Chinese artists that painted a bamboo scene with those beautifully soft strokes of their brushes. Have watched a lot of videos on youtube about artwork on bamboo and have seen masters doing amazing work. Any artwork I do on AR4 I can transfer to a piece of bamboo and carve it out with a dremel tool. Pretty cool results so far. For this artwork I tried making bamboo with the Gloop Pen, knives, airbrush, pens and eraser. TJ
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    hi,bamboo forest is very nice, but bamboo may be mucher on the backgroud ,I think . thank you love china art -our country meself!
    go on please.

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    The dream of a panda, I guess. Soft and delicate like chinese art ....
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Feeling good this one. Definitely got the bamboo vibe. And it's a neat design.
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    gaining ground on beautiful works of bamboo... way to go Tony !

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    Wink Lovely bamboo! Looks like a panda could pop out anytime!


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    Pretty cool, Tony. Nice launch for series. Will be fun to see how you morph.
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    Thanks all for looking and great comments, especially from China! This intense involvement with bamboo is filling a notch for me at this time artistically. Who knew I'd get excited over grass........

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